Quail Hunters and Pointers - Original Oil on Canvas - 24 x 36
by Guy Crittenden
The low country of Georgia and South Carolina boasts some of the best traditional quail hunting in North America. Wild quail populations have dwindled in the last few decades in both states and is in need of major support from lawmakers and conservation groups in order to save a deep southern tradition. Scenes like "Covey Break" are disappearing across the south, and hunting lodges are spending more time and effort to provide "naturalized" quail for sportsmen. This original oil on canvas is framed in traditional gold and would be a collector's piece for any sportsman's lodge or home. Priced at $6,000.
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